Pre-University college

  • Wetenschap en samenleving (contributor)

Contributions to other academic institutions:

  • Pressure Cooker, Institute for Interdisciplinary Studies, University of Amsterdam
  • Het Brein, Institute for Interdisciplinary Studies, University of Amsterdam
  • Brain-Computer Interface course, Human Media Interaction, University of Twente
  • Ethics: Mind the gap, Brain and Technology, Applied Psychology, Saxion

Bachelor Psychology

  • Bio- en Neuropsychology (coordinator)

  • Clinical Neuropsychology (contributor)

  • Bachelor project (project leader)

  • Honours Lectures Psychology (contributor)

Master and bachelor students - finished

  • Anne-Greeth van Herwijnen, master Human Media Interaction, University of Twente: The effect of affective Brain-Computer Interface headsets on empathy and user experience, 2016.
  • Sophie de Haan, bachelor Creative Technology, University of Twente: Enabling self-expression for people with locked-in syndrom through art, 2016.
  • Daniel Beljon and Martin van Baaren, Industrial Design, De Haagse Hogeschool: Designing neurowearables for a catwalk, 2016.
  • Imme van der Bent, master Clinical Neuropsychology, Leiden University: The latency and amplitude of the N100, P200, N200 and P300: comparing women using oral contraceptives with naturally cycling women”, 2016
  • Alexandra Hansen, master Clinical Neuropsychology, Leiden University: “Mind over matter: BCI from potential users’ perspectives”, 2015.
  • Christine Schmidt, master Clinical Neuropsychology, Leiden University: “Assessment of Cognition in the Locked-In Syndrome – a behavioral test battery”, 2016.
  • Eleonore Foddai, master Clinical Neuropsychology, Leiden University: The effect of mindfulness on the P300 event-related potential in a Brain-Computer Interface paradigm, 2016.
  • Daniel Myles, master Clinical Neuropsychology, Leiden University: The effect of menstrual phase and oral contraceptive use on hearing thresholds, 2016.
  • Nick Heres, master Clinical Neuropsychology, Leiden University: Effect of menstrual cycle on N100, P200, N200 and P300 auditory event-related potentials, 2016.